Judy Murray 'pretty sure' Andy and Jamie will play at Wimbledon together

Judy Murray 'pretty sure' Andy and Jamie will play at Wimbledon together

Judy Murray 'pretty sure' Andy and Jamie will play at Wimbledon together

Andy Murray suffered an injury scare ahead of Wimbledon as the world number one pulled out of an exhibition match at the Hurlingham Club due to a sore hip on Tuesday.

Murray signed up to play at Hurlingham for the first time in three years after a surprise first-round loss to Jordan Thompson at the Aegon Championships last week.

"We practice together, play our matches and even recovery together - it's a 24-hour partnership", said Murray.

The world No1 has been scheduled to take on Lucas Pouille at the Aspall Tennis Classic in London at 5pm today.

The Scot is a two-time Wimbledon champion but he concedes he feels the "pressure" of competing in the Grand Slam event, although he says that has positive aspects as well.

Jamie's victory - his first title at Queen's Club in 11 attempts - came on the same day that his mother, Judy, revealed that she believes her two sons will one day team up to try and win a Wimbledon doubles title. I also wasn't playing well when I came in that year and I had had the back surgery not so long beforehand, so I'm thinking I'll deal with it a little bit better this year. I couldn't ask for more'. "Of course it helps that we have a good relationship as we spend all our days together".

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